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Thunder Bay Police are seeking this suspect who did not show up in court

Thunder Bay Police Seek Manslaughter Suspect

THUNDER BAY – Armand George Cummings of Thunder Bay failed to attend in court yesterday to answer to the charge of Manslaughter for the death of Mannie “Josh” Spence on September 15, 2016. A warrant has been issued for his arrest. Thunder Bay Police are seeking to locate Cummings. Armand Cummings is described as a forty-two-year-old

Posted 23 February 2017 by in Featured
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Thunder Bay Reservist Private Logan Dupuis of 38 Service Battalion works on repairing a snowmobile on Lake Winnipeg during Exercise ARCTIC BISON 2017. The exercise is 38 Canadian Brigade Group’s Arctic Response Company Group’s (ARCG) annual training opportunity that allows soldiers to train their non-tactical winter warfare skills. Photo Credit Cpl Natasha Tersigni, 28 CBG Public Affairs 

Thunder Bay Army Reservists in Exercise Arctic Bison

Gimli, MB – Approximately 150 members of the Canadian Armed Forces deployed on Exercise ARCTIC BISON 2017 in Gimli, Manitoba on February 17, 2017. To ensure that local soldiers are trained to work in austere winter conditions in support of domestic operations in Canada’s Arctic, Thunder Bay Army Reservists deployed to Gimli, Manitoba to participate in

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Human Rights Commissioner – Fix the Child Welfare system – together

OTTAWA – The Chief Commissioner of Canadian Human Rights Commission, Marie-Claude Landry says, “Ten years ago today, a journey began to address an issue that had been ignored for far too long. The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, along with the Assembly of First Nations, filed a complaint on behalf of Indigenous children who were

Posted 23 February 2017 by in Anishinaabe
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Doug Brown feels he is lucky to be alive after having a heart attack. Thanks to the generosity of donors to the Northern Cardiac Fund, he was able to be treated here at home within hours. You can ensure we continue to have world-class cardiovascular services so patients like Doug can have critical, life-saving care here. Donate today at healthsciencesfoundation.ca or call 345-4673.

Doug Brown – Heart Attack was Lucky for Me

by Graham Strong THUNDER BAY – HEALTH – It might be odd to describe anyone who’s having a heart attack as “lucky”, but that was certainly the case for Doug Brown. “The stars lined up for me that day,” Doug Brown said. “The timing, the resources that were here – everything. A few years earlier, it

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